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Import of gum, wood or sulphate turpentine oils to Mexico: Rise in 2017

United Nations Statistical Office published that compared to the previous year the indicator grew greatly by 40.92 percent. Specialty chemicals import strongly climbed by 1 828 507.5 kilogram, in contrast to the prior year when it declined by 27.62 percent. Mexico saw a rise of 36.48% in specialty chemicals import during the last 28 years. Moreover, it has had the compound average annual growth rate of 0.28% over the 5 years with a negligible overall increase since the start of observations. It averaged 4 989 611.55 kilogram from 1990 to 2017 and it hit its all-time high of 15 438 133 kilogram in 2006 and record low of 250 007 kilogram in 1991.

Import of gum, wood or sulphate turpentine oils to Mexico: Rise in 2017
Date Kilogram Variation
2017 6 296 785.50 40.92
2016 4 468 278.00 -27.62
2015 6 173 593.00 48.92
2014 4 145 493.00 124.49
2013 1 846 651.00 -69.07
2012 5 970 474.00 -25.29
2009 7 991 669.00 -7.45
2008 8 635 403.00 -3.36
2007 8 936 099.00 -42.12
2006 15 438 133.00 88.26

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